1. Be like Nike, and JUST DO IT. Don’t ask what you can do to help, chances are they are not going to ask. As for the point of science, I tend to think of the word “natural” in terms of those things which go forth in a certain way given that they are undisturbed by the consequences of the human ability to create new technologies. This probably isn’t the actual definition but I think there’s some worth in separating organic processes and technology. This actually might be a subject I want to think about a little more, but I digress..
The disclosure raises serious questions over the security for the 30,000 people who had gathered on the Promenade des Anglais for the Bastille Day fireworks.Just 60 officers were on duty, despite France being on heightened alert and concern that Nice was a likely target for attack because of the large number of jihadists from the city who had already travelled to Syria.Four police vans that had blocked off the Promenade des Anglais to protect a military parade earlier in the day were removed before the attack on Thursday, according to eyewitnesses.In a pessimistic interview with the Journal du Dimanche,Manual Valls, the French Prime Minister,has warned that terrorism will be a part of the country’s daily life for a long time.”The terrorism threat is will be a fundamental and enduring problem and other lives will be wrecked,” he said.Yesterday, the self styled Isil claimed responsibility for the attack. It said that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel “carried out the operation in response to calls to target nationals of states fighting Islamic State”.Police are trying to piece together Bouhlel’s terror network as they questioned five suspected associates after raids across Nice.The French interior minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, said the attacker “appears to have become radicalised very quickly”. One neighbour of his estranged wife said: “Mohamed only started visiting a mosque in April.”Bouhlel, who had a history of violence and mental health problems, had walked into a van rental office and said: “I want the heaviest truck you have.” He had also sent 82,000 to his family in Tunisia, suggesting a well planned suicide mission.Isil claims responsibility for attackIsil claimed responsibility Saturday for the attack byMohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlelwhoused a hired lorry to kill at least 84 peoplein a rampageduring Bastille Day celebrations in Nice.An Islamic State run media outlet says the man who drove his truck into a crowd in the French coastal city of Nice isa “soldier” of the group.The Aamaq news agency on Saturday cited a “security source” as saying the attacker “carried out the operation in response to calls to target the citizens of coalition countries fighting the Islamic State.”Who was Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel?Tunisian bornMohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel described as a “weird loner” who “became depressed” when his wife left him was a French passport holder who lived in the Riviera city andwas regularly in trouble with the law.Bouhlel was reportedlynot on a terrorist watch list and investigators are seeking to establish hismotives and are also looking for possible accomplices.Apsychiatrist who saw him in 2004 told L’Express that Bouhlel had come to him because ofbehavioural problems and that he diagnosed him as suffering from”the beginnings of psychosis.”.